LESLIE: Marshall in North Carolina is looking to clean the exterior of his money pit. How can we help?MARSHALL: Yes, I have pressure-washed my house and it seems like every time I turn around I’ve got to redo it; it’s just getting – as the years go by it gets green quicker and quicker.TOM: OK.MARSHALL: And I’ve been told by someone that they had sprayed some Armor All with some – mixed in with water or something – I can’t imagine mixing water with it – but mixing it and spraying the house with Armor All to help it stay cleaner longer and look better.LESLIE: Hmm.TOM: Hmm. Interesting. Never heard that one. But when you are spraying it, are you using a mildicide?LESLIE: Like bleach or Jomax or anything like that?MARSHALL: I’m using a combination of Jomax and Clorox.TOM: Hmm, OK.LESLIE: (chuckles) Well, we hit the nail on the head with that one.TOM: Yeah. Now, the area where you have your house; is it very, very shady, Marshall?MARSHALL: No. Believe it or not it’s not.TOM: Not. Do you have a lot of mulch around the outside of the house?MARSHALL: Well, I’ve got pine straw around the outside. I don’t have actual hardwood mulch or anything or bark.TOM: Well, sometimes you get – you actually get a fungus in the mulch that contributes to this problem, which is the reason I asked the question.MARSHALL: Uh-huh.TOM: But I’ve never heard of using Armor-All for this; although I guess it makes your house really shiny.LESLIE: And slippery. (Tom chuckles)MARSHALL: Well, that’s what they were saying but – and I had never heard of it either …TOM: No.MARSHALL: … but I can’t remember now who told me about it but someone told me they had used it and I didn’t know if maybe you all had heard anybody say how they’d used it or …TOM: (overlapping voices) No.LESLIE: No.TOM: We can neither confirm nor deny that rumor, Marshall. (chuckles)MARSHALL: (chuckles) OK.TOM: Alright.MARSHALL: (overlapping voices) Alright. Well, it was worth a shot.TOM: Alright, well thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.